This Week in TV

“Doctor Who” – “The Impossible Astronaut”

“Doctor Who” – “The Impossible Astronaut”

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The sixth series (season) of “Doctor Who” has arrived! The premiere marked a number of firsts. It was the first time … [More]


“Justified” – “Brother’s Keeper”

“Justified” – “Brother’s Keeper”

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This season of “Justified” has been extraordinary. The last two episodes in particular have been particularly superb. The drama between Black Pike … [More]


“House” – “Fall From Grace”

This season of “House” has been underwhelming. With House and Cuddy together, the show lost a major source of conflict. Not to mention their relationship … [More]


"Spartacus: Blood and Sand" — "Kill Them All"

When an episode is called “Kill Them All”, you know stuff’s going to go down. And sure enough, all the lies Batiatus, the man who runs the gladiator training center where Spartacus is kept, told came back to bite him in the bum.


"Modern Family" – "Game Changer"

This week’s episode of “Modern Family” was probably the most controversial to date. No, there wasn’t anything risque or edgy, but there was a hot-button issue that took center stage: Product Placement. In the episode, Phil Dunfey’s birthday is coming up, and the only thing he wants is an iPad. He spends a great deal of time explaining the various perks of having this device in his life.


"The Ricky Gervais Show"

As someone who’s been a fan of Ricky Gervias for years, “The Ricky Gervais Show” offers nothing new for me. That’s because the entire program is animated episodes from the 2006 podcasts done by Gervais, Stephen Merchant and Karl Pilkington.


"The United States of Tara" — "Yes"

After submitting herself to intense therapy to figure out what caused her to split into multiple personalities, Tara Gregson is now on anti-psychotics and has been transition-free for many months.


"30 Rock": "Future Husband"

It has become somewhat of a cliché to say that “30 Rock” is one of the smartest, funniest shows on television. But I’ll say it anyway: “30 Rock” is one of the smartest, funniest shows on television.


"Chuck": "Chuck Verses the Beard"

It’s hard to believe I wasn’t always a fan of “Chuck.” As a fan of Sci-Fi things, I’m well aware of the literary device that is “pseudoscience,” but the Intersect and the “flashing” just irked me.


24: "Day 8: 11:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m."

I’m not a huge fan of “24,” but ever since “Day 4″ (season four) I find myself watching the program in the winter. I tend to get a little lost as the season progresses and plot lines take strange turns. I often struggle to remember what exactly started that insanely eventful day.


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